Local businesses are being given the opportunity to work in a heritage setting within the grounds of one of England’s most scenic country estates, with the arrival of two bespoke office spaces at Weston Park.
The Granary Office Development is the latest stage in the ongoing evolution of the historic 1767 Granary building which is also home to an art gallery, deli café and grill restaurant; all of which are open all year round.
The first floor office is 1,162 square feet and the second floor office is 1,200 square feet and are serviced by superfast broadband connectivity, a biomass heating system, a lift providing disabled access and state of the art meeting facilities. There is also ample parking available on site both for those based at the offices and visiting clients or colleagues.
The offices are on separate floors of this historic building, however they could easily be occupied together by one business. There is also a dedicated meeting room and a contemporary kitchen area. In addition to a unique location, they provide an environment offering daily creative inspiration in the form of Weston’s incredible scenery and its rich history as the ancestral home of the Earls of Bradford.
As well as the offices overlooking the idyllic Church Pool, a quintessentially English country vista, workers will be able to take a lunch time wander around some of Weston’s grounds including the Walled Gardens. The Granary Deli which includes a landscaped courtyard seating area for fine days, is a great place to pop for a break to unwind, whilst the Grill offers relaxed dining that’s great for client entertaining.
The Granary at Weston Park has a convenient location just minutes from Junction 12 of the M6 and with a nearby mainline train station and international airport, making it an accessible haven for all kind of business with clients spreading across the UK and beyond.
Colin Sweeney, CEO of the Weston Park Foundation comments; “These developments are the next phase of investment from the Weston Park Foundation, the charity that owns and maintains the estate, into the ongoing restoration of the Granary building that is also sustainable, generating income for the charity.”
Each suite has the benefit of mains water, electricity, biomass heating, telephone and broadband as well as its own WC’s and kitchen area.
Those interested in finding out more about occupying one of these two unique office spaces at Weston Park can contact Richard Corbet at Balfours on Richard.Corbet@balfours.co.uk or 01743 241181.